Deal means ZonaGioco’s players can now enjoy provider’s top-performing titles such as 100 Super Hot.
EGT Interactive has revealed details of its new partnership with ZonaGioco, a renowned casino operator in Italy. The integration is through the highly appreciated Octavian Lab, an Italian software house that offers a fully customisable online betting and gaming platform solution.
ZonaGioco.it is the online gaming platform of Diecimilauno S.p.A., a company of Holding Milleuno S.p.A., which represents one of the reference companies on the Italian regulated public gaming market.
ZonaGioco.it expresses the clear desire of Diecimilauno S.p.A. to establish itself decisively and competitively in the online gaming sector, offering a wide range of products for users including sports betting, slots, casino games, card games, bingo, horse racing, virtuals and much more.
The partnership heralds the beginning of a fruitful collaboration, with expectations high on both sides. By establishing this agreement, each is determined to achieve high goals and attract more players. Furthermore, the new partnership with ZonaGioco grows the provider’s footprint in the regulated territory of Italy and increases its reach.
ZonaGioco’s players can now enjoy top-performing titles such as 100 Super Hot, Shining Crown, Flaming Hot, Amazons’ Battle, Zodiac Wheel and many more.
Commenting on the news, Todor Zahariev, managing director of EGT Interactive, said: “ZonaGioco is a well-known operator in Italy with an impressive reach. We are delighted to partner with them and to offer our famous games to more and more players across this market.”
Fabrizio Frenna, ZonaGioco’s managing director, said: “We intend to facilitate consolidation of the proposals and ensure our customers the possibility of an increasingly captivating choice suited to their tastes and expectations. The partnership with the EGT Interactive provider ensures us the most appropriate experience and solidity to meet this commitment. We are confident that the operating agreement reached will see us together in supporting and relaunching our respective activities.”